A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

Eastrop House
Chequers Road
Basingstoke
RG21 7PY

T: 01905 828 854

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Eastrop House

Located in Basingstoke, Eastrop House is a bespoke specialist service for nine adults with autistic spectrum conditions and associated complex needs.

The service is close to the town centre, within walking distance of local amenities and is close to major bus routes, train stations and motorways to major cities.

The people who live at Eastrop House are aged 18 years and above, but we can accommodate individuals who are 17 years old and are going through a transition from Children’s Services.

Our services

Eastrop House has been designed with autism in mind and offers:

  • A low stimulus, homely and relaxed environment, whilst offering robust furnishings
  • Five en-suite bedrooms, three studio individual flats and one detached apartment
  • Spacious lounge areas, beautiful grounds and access to the wider community
  • Innovative person-centred support programmes and personal activity planners
  • Intensive interactive communication and environment
  • A large garden that is safe and private with other open spaces and surroundings
  • One-to-one specialist support as required
  • Access to education and supported employment opportunities
  • Progression through a care pathway to live as independently as possible
  • Access to multi-professionals from allied healthcare practitioners and a dedicated positive behaviour support specialist

Our specialist staff team

The staff team at Eastrop House have significant expertise in supporting people with autism and are supported by a dedicated positive behaviour support specialist and Craegmoor’s specialist autism leads.

Accommodation in the main house includes three studio flats, one detached apartment and five en-suite bedrooms. All of the flats have their own Activities of Daily Living (ADL) kitchen designed to promote independence, whilst maintaining safety.

The main house also offers a large comfortable lounge, separate dining room, kitchen, quiet room and conservatory. There is also a meeting area and activities room. This robust service brings together the best qualities of a local service with the support and expertise of an established and well-respected service provider.

Eastrop House may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  • Adults aged 18 years and upwards
  • We can also accommodate individuals that are 17 years old, who are making the transition from Children’s Services having been identified via the Transforming Care Agenda
  • Individuals with autistic spectrum disorders and associated complex needs